7 rushed to hospital after student sprays liquid in cafeteria

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Paramedics rush seven kids to hospitals after a student sprays some sort of liquid in a south side school cafeteria.

Officials initially thought the item was pepper spray but later backed off that report.

It happened this morning at Beasley Elementary Magnet Academic Center and it sparked an emergency medical services plan response.

All the kids taken away in good condition.

Police are investigating.

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2 comments

  • Wgnsupporter42

    I hope all is well. Might have to become more stringent on the rules of security; which should involve the removal of any and all flammable liquids as well as weapons from teens at all schools. As it would appear even the most innocent of items can turn a calm situation into a nightmare.

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